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Polymer Clay Master Class offers you a close-up look at the creative processes of eleven acclaimed polymer clay artists as they share their expertise with one another and you. Judy Belcher and Tamara Honaman bring together these talented artists for the first time, offering their individual techniques and then documenting how they inspire and challenge one another in the creation of collaborative pieces. In five lessons with sixteen guided projects, you will gain an understanding of the polymer clay skills you've always wanted to master, such as:
• Creating with sculpture, canework and imitative techniques
• Altering the surface with carving, transfers, imprint and silk screening
• Incorporating mixed media, such as metal, wood and fiber
• Designing using cold connections, hollow and lightweight forms, kinetic construction and jewelry-finishing techniques
• Pushing the boundaries of the Skinner Blend technique
• Collaborating with fellow artists to open up new creative possibilities
With contributors including Leslie Blackford, Cynthia Tinapple, Lindly Haunani, Sarah Shriver and many others, you have a front-row seat to the world of innovative polymer clay art. Challenge your assumptions about methods, style and collaboration, and get ready to start on your own creative journey.

Softcover, full color, 160 pages
16 projects
Book size: 11 x 8-1/2 inches
Level: Intermediate to advanced
Books are shrink-wrapped and are returnable if unopened.

Made in the USA

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About the authors: Judy Belcher has been creating jewelry for more than a decade, and she teaches workshops and speaks internationally, sharing her fascination with polymer. She is the author of Polymer Clay Creative Traditions and coauthor of several other books. She has served as the president of the International Polymer Clay Association and is active in several other arts organizations.
Tamara Honaman has been creating jewelry for twenty years and has been sharing her knowledge through teaching, publications and videos. She contributes jewelry-making education to Fire Mountain Gems and Beads®, is the founding editor of Step-by-Step Beads and has been an editor of numerous other publications including technical editor for Metal Clay Jewelry.